My name is Marco Caniato and I work for COOPI, an Italian NGO, in a research and training project dealing with innovative energy technologies for food utilization in camps and informal settlements. The project is called "Sustainable Energy Technologies
for Food Utilization (SET4food)
) and is funded by the European Commission.
I would like to share the attached training opportunity: we feel that it could be of interest for the WASHPlus members as well as the people/organizations interested in WASH. Could you advertise on your listserv and, if possible, circulate the invitation with
mailing lists/contacts, please?
Below there is a brief description of the training.
The e-learning course
"Appropriate energy technologies for food utilisation in refugee camps and informal settlements: overview, selection criteria and pilot case studies
" is now available on
. The course is developed by COOPI-COOPERAZIONE INTERNAZIONALE and Politecnico di Milano, is in English, open and composed of 5 modules with videos, slides, and additional
resources. The course will have a tutorship period starting from September 29. In such a period, webinars and activities specifically designed for participants will be organized, as well as Q&A corner and dedicated topics on the online forum. The
introductory webinar will be on September 29
. Please enrol on the website for further information (http://goo.gl/7PTM5h
In few weeks the course will be available also in French and Spanish, but without the tutorship period.
On the SET4food website and social networks, especially the Youtube channel, other material about energy and food utilization is available. Other training opportunities and meetings are on the website (www.set4food.org
The course is organized in the framework of the "Sustainable Energy Technologies for Food Utilization (SET4food)
" project, developed by
COOPI - COOPERAZIONE INTERNAZIONALE
, Politecnico di Milano
and Fondazione Politecnico di Milano
, and co-funded by the
's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO).
Sustainable energy technologies for food utilization (SET4food) project
COOPI - Cooperazione Internazionale
Via de Lemene 50 - 20151 Milano
tel. +39 02 3085057 - fax: +39 02 33403570
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